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    Default P&W 14x54 model c weight?

    Anyone know what one of these weighs in at?

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    Id guess about 4500. 30" model is about 3500, IIRC, add 250lb/ft and some overage for swarf and junk in the chip pan.

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    Catalog from 1939 says 4325. They would have gained some in the war years

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    Thanks John.. was hoping to hear from you. Cole, good guess on weight!

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    12 X 54--440V/2 speed motor--taper attachment--3500# on scale built into forklift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    Catalog from 1939 says 4325. They would have gained some in the war years
    John, how many #/ft does the extended length add?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole2534 View Post
    John, how many #/ft does the extended length add?

    They just list the weight for 14 X 30, 14 X 54 and 14 X 78

    3925, 4325 and 4725 respectively

    Appears to be 400 Lb steps for the additional 2 feet

    Probably be good to assume this was no motor or T/A - or chuck


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